From the Author
"I hope that the book interests people, as well as maybe teachers,schools, pediatricians and anyone else who's around or deals with colorblind young people! I remember getting sent to the principal's office by a teacher who didn't know any better who sent me to the principal multiple times for coloring things incorrectly - she alleged I was being disobedient, when really I was coloring the best I could based on how I saw things."
"All the respective pairs of images look the same to me. This book will help people (who care) interact with colorblind people who are young, old, and somewhere in between."
"While there are several types or kinds of colorblindness, this addresses the most common type, red-green, at its extreme form, which is how I see things! At minimum, people who read this will hopefully finally realize that colorblind people DO see color, they merely see it differently from people with "normal" color vision. It would be an amazing accomplishment if the general public would realize this!"
"The only thing I can think of to add to the written portions of the book would be to add something to describe how colorblind people have been used for decades for military applications such as locating enemy positions because of the ability to see camouflage amidst nature, and how other governmental agencies use colorblind people for special applications, such as the FAA, etc."
About the Author
In "Seeing Color Colorblind" she uses the art and technology of digital photography to unlock the fascinating world seen through the eyes of her son and father, both with severe red color deficiencies. Intrigued since the early 1970's with how the two of them could watch a football game on a black and white television and discuss "the blue team and the yellow team," she solved the mystery as she worked on "seeing color colorblind." Available at Amazon in both a paperback version and a Kindle version.
Her other books currently available in Kindle format at Amazon include "Persephone's Choice: Every Woman's Dilemma" and "How to Mount and Mat an 8x10 Photo for a Rose Show, Cost Effectively and Efficiently."
Watch for her next book, "Day of the Dead: Albuquerque Style," coming soon, in paperback format.